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. >> thank you, sherrie. >>> and here is a close err look at the number of veterans in the united states. according to u.s. veteran's association. there are more than 23 million veterans in the country. more than 9 million veterans are 65 and older. nearly 2 million are younger than 35-years-old. >>> the summer sun is gone and many people heading indoors to get that south florida tan right? >> yes, but not in howard county. if you are under 18 you have to go without or go elsewhere to tan. >> reporter: the law is designed to prevent kids from getting skin cancer. some studies me the that tanning beds can cause melanoma. miss maryland 2006 was there, britney lee says she got melanoma after using tanning beds frequently. the current law requires paren tab consent if minors to tan but that they say is not strong enough. >> it is essential to help guide these vulnerable young adolescents involving healthy habits. >> tanning salons that violate the ban could be taken to court. the ban takes effect tomorrow. baltimore county is considering a similar law. the council there will vote on the me
, all part of a large front pushing across the eastern united states right now. and uh, you can kind of see it lined up here, basically back across the western half of west virginia and cooler air will punch in behind that. drop us into the 30s overnight tonight. best chance for rain in baltimore and the immediate area. around lunch time today, it starts up. showers on and off into the afternoon. we clear it out real nicely here for tuesday. looking like we get a lot of sunshine back in the mix. not like days and days of rain like we had last week. 52 degrees. cloudy, rain, toward mid-day and into the afternoon. temps begin to fall. 52, 53 is as warm as we get. tonight down to 34. going to be a chilly cold night out there. tomorrow we bring the sunshine back. looks like a pretty good day uh, temperatures back up into the 50s. but still, cool, breezy scenario. we'll talk more about the rest of your outlook in a couple minutes. let's get a check of the morning roads with kim brown. >> we do have some volume building on the west side of the outer loop between liberty road and the baltim
caused the outage. the fourth largest network in the united states had trouble in the early october when the side kick phone users could not cook county to the internet or use their contact list for two weeks. >>> look at news around the nation. three softball players have been found dead in north dakota. the three players are students at particularrenson university. they went missing over the weekend. they were found inside a jeep under water. former coaches and neighbors talked about what outstanding women they were. >> a great job in the class. >> i feel for them because no matter what age your child is or college age or younger, you know it leave as hole in my heart when they miss like that. , she was a leader, i trusted her she was a solid person, she was an individual she did not party, she did not get in trouble anything like that. that's why i made her one of my leaders. >> a friend was the last person who heard from them on sunday but the call only lasted a few seconds. a vigil of hope turned into a vigil of mourning when they found out they were dead. they do not suspect foul p
face and the penalty he could receive. >>> plus, are 3,000 muslims who serve in the united states army. the story of one man's journey to educate others about the islamic faith. >>> president obama touched down in japan overnight. the significance of his first visit of commander in chief and what he hopes to accomplish. >>> good morning. i'm meteorologist susan shrack. things are damp for us. not like yesterday. we're seeing activity showing up on the radar from time to time. we'll continue to see that throughout the day today. temperature-wise, we are in the upper 40s and breezy with the winds kicking up. it will be another windy day for us. this is what it looks like fort weekend forecast. it looks a lot better, doesn't it? we'll finally see sunshine and up in the 60s. here's kim. >> thanks, susan. we're looking good around the beltway. no accidents or incidents to let you know about. i have a head's up for the truck drivers when bee come back. ♪ (announcer) maybe we could all use... a little more softness. with ultra downy, you're surrounded with softness. the kind you just can'
in the united states this year. 90 mile-per-hour sustained winds, moving north/northwest at 14 miles per hour. pensacola, florida, should take it on the chin, somewhere between there and panama city, weaken and stall across the seeses and up to eight inches of rain among the immediate path. a swath of three to five inches. it could spread heavy rain up the mid-atlantic coast. today though 71 with increasing afternoon clouds. back with clouds tonight dropping to 48. then we'll watch a mostly cloudy sky tomorrow, the cold front to the west, ida to the south, showers could arrive by evening and we'll see what ida could do for us by wednesday in a moment. >>> let's check the roads with kim. >> we're looking pretty good at route 50 and 97. no problems as you make your way westbound across the bay bridge. we have building volume as you make your way westbound on route 50 headed to the capitol beltway. that looks great. same as you make your way northbound on 97 headed to 695. the beltway is looking great, actually on the outer loop between 795 and the route 70 ibt change on the west side. east si
, it is a growing movement across the country, there are 300 members patrolling cities across the united states. >> still ahead on good morning maryland eliminating court fee, giving speeding tickets in exchange for helping the needy this morning. coming up who is putting that offer on the table. >>> plus major delays for airlines across the country after a computer glitch. a look ahead at the friendly skies but before we tell you about that lests head up to new york and lurk at the business news this morning. . >>> good morning. we begin your money scope with more signs of trouble ahead for the housing market. at the end of september, 14% of homeowners were either behind on payments or in foreclosure. that was the ninth straight quarterly report, and the numbers are expected to rise well into next year because soring unemployment is now the main reason for the problem, affecting a growing number of people with good credit. >> secretary timothy geithner says the -- the bailout program as soon as possible. he said part of the money will be used to pay down the debt and came under fire from repu
stars but "dreamgirls" was made for the stage. >> this set has never been used in the united states for a play. so that's the first thing. it's digital. it's a combination of modern and back in the day. you are looking at people on stage. at the same time -- the set alone is incredible. then a cast that will blow your mind. >> reporter: after this show in new york city it heads to charm city. as we found out the big apple crowd loves our hometown. >> i love baltimore. >> i love baltimore. >> my dad is a huge baltimore orioles fan. i remember going at a very young age and being so excited because i was in baltimore for the first time. >> i got to get crab cakes. i didn't get the chance to visit charm city bakery. so i'm going there >> i am proud to be from baltimore. i love it. it changed a lot since i was a kid. it's wonderful now. i love it. >> reporter: get ready because the show will blow your mind. it's amazing. the music, the set, the costumes and it will be in baltimore december 16th. >> baltimore, come on out and support "dreamgirls." it's a lot of fun. it's a new interpre
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